Meghan Markle has worn many, many outfits on her royal tour of Australia, Fiji, Tonga, and New Zealand with Prince Harry’s. Some pieces of her travel wardrobe—like Princess Diana’s jewelry and the bracelet she received as a wedding gift from Prince Charles—have been personally meaningful to the Duchess of Sussex. Her latest look, for her final official engagement of this trip, is no less sweet.
On Wednesday (October 31), Markle and Prince Harry took a stroll through New Zealand’s Redwoods Treewalk Rotorua to close out their royal tour. The Duchess wore a casual denim outfit, with a charming touch—a down jacket that her husband had been photographed wearing just a few days prior.
Markle’s outerwear was identified by onlookers as being a Norrøna Oslo parka belonging to Prince Harry. He had worn it two days earlier, for their visit to Abel Tasman National Park in Wellington.
Markle has no shortage of clothing at her disposal, fitting in multiple outfit changes into a single day of events while on tour. (Though, she has re-worn a few items throughout.) Wearing Prince Harry’s jacket can only mean one thing: Markle must have really liked it.